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What documents can I use to verify that I don’t have minimum essential coverage (MEC) from another public entity?

When you apply through Maryland Health Connection, you may be requested to provide documentation to verify information you provided in your application.

Other verification documents may be accepted if you do not have the specific type listed here:

  • Letter from health insurer including coverage termination date
  • Statement of health benefits that provides confirmation of health coverage and expiration dates
  • Letter from Veterans Administration that provides confirmation of health coverage and expiration dates
  • Letter from Peace Corps that provides confirmation of health coverage and expiration dates
  • Letter or statement of Medicare or Medicaid benefits that proves confirmation of health coverage and expiration dates
  • Letter or statement of Medicaid or Maryland Children’s Health Program (MCHP) benefits that proves confirmation of health coverage and expiration dates
  • Letter from the Social Security Administration that provides confirmation of health coverage and expiration dates
How do I provide my documents?
  1. Log into your online account at MarylandHealthConnection.gov and upload documents using the link in “My Inbox." Get uploading tips here.
  2. Download our free mobile app (Enroll MHC) to submit documents using the camera of your mobile device (iOS or Android)
  3. If you are unable to submit documents online, you may mail them to Maryland Health Connection, P.O. Box 857, Lanham, MD 20703.